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The sun is bright and delicate. The early morning shades of gold and yellow flow through the window and flood our entire room. The breeze is crisp and lingering, the kind that tickles your arms and tightens the skin on your face. The sound of birds chirping, the smell of bloomed flowers, and a tinge of salt water float into the room reminding me that I am near the beach. The air is warm. The constant breeze is a welcome...

We ended up here by complete accident. Our route from Puerto Escondido to Mexico City was closed, turning what was supposed to be a leisurely 5 hour drive into a winding and mountainous 10 hour adventure. A last-second detour prevented any thoughts of preplanning our new route. There was no mental preparation for possible obstacles or time to contemplate the best way for us to navigate the backroads through small mountain towns. After a much needed pep talk, we drove...

Ramblings on small travel experiences that lead to the most interesting stories : I'm sure that someday all of these experiences will inevitably collide and this whirlwind of a trip will actually make sense. I'd love to tell you about it sometime....

Maybe I’m predisposed to horrendous ham sandwich experiences. Perhaps I’ve just had a string of bad luck. Or this could be one of those things that all travelers deal with and I’m just making a big deal out of nothing. Either way and whatever the reason, I can no longer eat ham sandwiches. ...




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